The Larvotto district, famous for its beach in particular, is undergoing a transformation. Indeed, it is at the center of a redevelopment project that began in 2019. The work is intended to increase retail space and restructure the walks. The project should end by 2022 and give Larvotto a new lease of life! Thus, the Larvotto would no longer be just a summer district but a dynamic place in winter as well. There is no doubt that the Larvotto property should take full advantage of this renewed attractiveness of the district.
The latest addition to Avenue Princesse Grace, the Palais de la Plage building was delivered at the end of 2020. The residence has 15 floors and has 12 apartments in addition to two large shopping areas and a car park. All apartments are large in size. In fact, each apartment occupies an entire floor. The surface area of these accommodations is 600 m² in total, with 400 m² of living space and 200 m² of terrace.
Each apartment has a large entrance, a living room, a dining room of 93 m² and a BOFFI equipped kitchen (MIELE and SUBZERO appliances). You will also find a fully equipped laundry room, 3 bedrooms with their bathroom, a fitted dressing room and toilets for staff and guests. The main rooms overlook the sea and the Larvotto beaches. In addition to these apartments, the Palais de la Plage offers a duplex and a triplex which together occupy the top 5 floors.
Finally, the Palais de la Plage has other exclusive services such as a gym, a meeting room, valet parking and a bar in the reception hall.
The Palais de la Plage is the showcase for the new Larvotto. Monegasque architects and builders under the leadership of J.B. Pastor & Fils have outdone themselves again! Indeed, every detail has been worked on to enhance this extraordinary building.
Great care has been given to the decoration. For example, the retaining wall towards the expressway was dressed with 1300 sheets of metal, thus giving it a most beautiful effect! Inside, nothing was left to chance either! From switches to recessed LED lights, including home automation and air supply grilles, everything has been done so that the decoration is harmonious and unique. A real feat for a project of this scale! In addition, the Palais de la Plage should be connected to the Thalassothermic loop. This brand new technology reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 80%.